Megan Whisner Quinlan shows how to make a fun mixed media tag using Dina Wakley MEdia Gloss Sprays and Collage Tissue to leave as-is or incorporate into your art journal.
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Add a bit of joy (and color) to someone's day with this creative card tutorial by Kristi Nazzaro! In this tutorial, Kristi shares how she transforms a large Dylusions tag into a clever peekaboo card featuring the latest additions in the Dylusions product line while incorporating her own signature style.
Audrey Pettit shares a spooktacular Halloween gift wrapping project idea and tutorial using Tim Holtz Distress products. These tags would make a great party favor or hostess gift for your holiday events this year, or would look fabulous tying up trick-or-treat goody bags, too.
Hi everyone, Audrey here! I’m so excited to be back on the Ranger Ink blog again to share a quick and easy project with you for my very favorite holiday of all, Halloween. I am an absolute sucker for all things fall and Halloween and pumpkin, so today I have a super fun holiday gift tag set to share with you, made in a beautiful autumnal color palette of Distress, and reminiscent of carved jack o’lanterns and my favorite Halloween candy. Can you guess what that may be?
I really love the look of texture in all of my art. Whether it be added stitching, fabric scraps or layers of paint – I think texture gives an added element that really sets pieces apart from a one dimensional look. I like holding a piece in my hand and feeling all the different built up layers.
Hello! I’m Samantha, known as Scarlyton in the art community. Returning with a project for Kraft tags, I’m delighted to show you how I created this tag using Dina Wakley’s new media products. Review the supply list, gather your things, and let’s get going!
Hi there! It’s Cheiron here and today I am going to share a set of tags that I made with Alcohol Ink backgrounds using Dina’s Oops Oh Well stamp set. I love all of the sayings in the set so much and the moon faces that go with them, so I turned them into a set of tags with beautiful Alcohol Ink backgrounds. Sometimes I keep these tags in a bin in my studio, but these would also be perfect to share with crafty friends!